10 Ways to Give Yearbooks Impact
This is not your parents’ yearbook! Loosen things up and make it appealing with a new twist on a routine story.
2. Great Photography
Support the quote, bios and Q & A with lots of good photos.
3. An Innovative Way of Doing Things
Move away from the big story and approach coverage as a way to get more people, events and information about your student body into the book.
4. Well-Designed Typography
Type fonts are keys to visual success.
5. Hot Topics
Get a reader’s attention with topics that say NOW!!
6. Echoing Color
Use a spot color to echo a headline or type style in your alternative copy.
7. Info Graphics
Use contemporary graphics that include surveys, graphs and other elements for quick reader communication.
8. Good Writing – W.E.D.
A marriage of great Writing, thoughtful Editing and contemporary Design always attracts attention.
Link small related ideas about the spread for jump spreads and better overall coverage.
10. More Quotes
Students love to see their names and the names of their friends. This is also an excellent way to include more students in the yearbook.
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Covering Campus Deaths
A carefully crafted policy can make a difficult time a little bit easier for you and your staff and may even provide some comfort to a grieving family and community.
Adviser Assistance Checklist 11
Your yearbook to-do list for May-June.
The Future Starts Here
One professional designer has three JEA/NSPA conventions to thank for his career. So, take note fall convention attendees. You never know which students will find their callings, their careers and their tribes through high school publications.
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